A PERMANENT museum display to musician Gerry Rafferty could be set up in his home town.
The singer, who died in 2011 after a long illness, is best remembered for hit songs such as Baker Street and Stuck In The Middle With You.
His daughter Martha said earlier this month that she was considering selling items, including the handwritten lyrics to Baker Street, at auction but council leaders in his home town of Paisley have offered to create a permanent exhibition.
Fans of Rafferty took to Facebook to plead with his daughter not to sell the memorabilia.
Ms Rafferty said she would look in to the idea of a display.